Spied – Maruti YRA premium hatchback’s front fascia revealed

Posted on: Nov 7, 2014 - 9:16am IST

The YRA looks slightly larger than the Maruti Swift.

Seen here is the first revealing image of the upcoming Maruti YRA premium hatchback which is currently undergoing testing in Europe and India. Set to be Maruti’s most expensive hatchback till date, the YRA is due for an Indian launch (and a European launch) next year.

Maruti YRA front revealed
The headlights seem lifted from the Maruti Swift.

Upon closer inspection, the car here is identified as a left-hand drive model indicating that this prototype could have been built abroad. The front fascia gets a Swift-like design for the headlight cluster and a honeycomb grille with a thin chrome strip running along the width of it. The bumper has a wide airdam accompanied by foglight enclosures and LED daytime running lights.

The wing mirrors of the YRA are mounted on the doors rather than the pillars for a more premium appearance. Designers, who have given the YRA a sober look, have also put in place a quarter glass section for the front (a small front quarter glass window is seen on the passenger side).

Maruti Ciaz engine start stop button
The YRA is sure to get features like an engine starter button, intelligent key and reverse parking sensors.

Also read: Comparo – 2015 Maruti Swift vs Rivals

Overall, the YRA, based on this image, looks like a slightly larger version of Maruti’s best-selling Swift. A slightly larger and more premium Swift, could be what Maruti is gunning for as it aims to position the YRA at the price point of the Elite i20, VW Polo (currently the most expensive in its segment) and the upcoming Honda Jazz.

Competitors: Hyundai Elite i20, VW Polo, Honda Jazz
Expected Price: INR 5.5-8.5 lakhs, ex-Showroom
Launch date: H2 2015

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[Spyshot from Autocar India]

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6 thoughts on “Spied – Maruti YRA premium hatchback’s front fascia revealed

  1. Addie says:

    Come on already !! No !! No god !! Maruti could not dare to introduce that stingy looking car in India ! I mean look at to the other brands like punto evo and hyundai i20 elite.Are you gushing kidding us !! Pathetic grille, old swift’s headlights ! Have some shame ! Don’t behave like a gushing Chinese auto company ! WAKE UPP !!

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  2. vikram says:

    ciaz is very good car in this segment it is batter then verna and city ………………………

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  3. Joy says:

    frankly, yuck…. ciaz hatch was looking alright….

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  4. Gaurav says:

    Looks like Swift Dezire Tour facelift, rather than looking any premium.

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  5. Dr. Nayak says:

    Hopefully this is not another tin can that you can loose your life at low speed accidents.

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    1. Rms says:

      That totally depends on whether the nut behind the wheel is loose or not. Claiming to be a doctor and yet you don’t know the difference between loose and lose!

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